Ann St. Ledger


Ann St. Ledger, RN, BS, 64, Scranton passed away on Friday, May 3rd at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. She was born in Scranton, PA, the daughter of the late Edward and Elizabeth Brown St. Ledger. Preceded in death by her infant sister, Elizabeth. She was a graduate of Scranton Central High School; Diploma Nurse from CMC; Bachelors degree Marywood University. After graduating, she worked at the CMC ICU for many years, and many nursing homes and hospitals across Pennsylvania. At the time of her death, Ann was an administrator at Green Ridge Care Center. Ann's passion was the art of nursing and caring for her patients. Ann cherished spending time with her family and took pleasure in golfing, swimming, dining out, shopping, and vacationing and the company of her friends, especially Louise and Linda. Ann was a devoted sister, aunt, niece, cousin, and daughter. Ann had a special place in her heart for her sister, Mary whom she spent countless hours. The true loves of her life were her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews, Melissa (Patrick Nasser), Sean (Cindy), Megan, Timmy, Blaine, Livian, Miles, Pearl, Eliyah, Masha, and Binjamin. Surviving are her family members: Mary, Edward, Ellen (and Steve Warner), Timmy and his wife Karen and many cousins. Her family is grateful to Regional Hospital especially the ICU staff, the PAM Health unit in Wilkes-Barre and the ER Staff at W-B General Hospital. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10 am at Mary Mother of God Church, 312 Williams Street, Scranton, PA 18508. Interment, Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call at the church starting at 9 a.m. until the time of the service. Arrangements by Thomas J. Hughes FH INC, 1240 St. Ann St. In lieu of Flowers please make contributions to the church of Mary Mother of God Church or Saint Ann's Basilica, 1233 St. Ann St, Scranton, PA.


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Sara Reed

My deepest condolences to family and friends. I had the pleasure of working with Ann at Laural Hill nursing home along with my mother. Ann most definitely had a big personality and truly loved her job. She will be missed

Virginia Czankner

So Sorry for your Loss. Ann was loved by many at GRCC.

Kohut and Commodario family

Our deepest sympathy to Tim, Karen and your entire family on the loss of your sister. May she rest in peace.

Tammy Barucky

my deepest condolences to your family. Prayers & love being sent

Jose Villanueva

You were a motivating person who shared your years of knowledge with those around you at Saber Green Ridge nursing home . You taught me to care for and love others to perform as professionally as possible without forgetting to be empathetic and help the sick both physically and emotionally. You are a person who It impacted my life. Right now I am completing my bachelor's degree in nursing and you will always be remembered in my heart for your dedication and passion towards others, THANK YOU Ann.

Amanda Lavelle

Ann was full of personality and spunk. I will never forget her laugh, jokes, or love for pie and ice. She is missed so much already. I love you Ann!! Thanks for everything you did for me and all of your advice ❤️

Dennis & Mary Murphy

I wish to express my sincere sympathy ,to the family , for their loss during this difficult time.

Don La France

So very sorry to hear this. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Dawn Purcell

I am so sorry for your loss! Ann was a wonderful friend and co worker! I treasured my friendship with her! She was always so supportive and generous! May she rest in Peace!!

Erin Calpin

Ellen, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Carolyn Mangan

My deepest condolences to Ann’s family. I had the pleasure of being a friend Ann’s for many years. We golfed together and even took a trip to Saint Augustine Florida. She was a wonderful person may she rest in peace ❤️🙏

Anita Lowman

Ann, squigs. I miss you so much already. Your love for life and the nursing world has really left the greatest impact on me, in my life and career. I’ll never forget your laugh, it was infectious. Your wit, your little jokes as you left me voicemails trying your hardest to staff the place. Constantly trying to feed me and everyone in the place even when we weren’t hungry. Trying to hide your birthday from us. LOL I’ll miss you asking “what’s the skinny” , and me completely filling you in on everything I knew. I’ll just miss YOU. I know it was your time, and you suffer no more. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for EVERYTHING! I love you, and you’ll forever live on in each and every one of us you touched. ❤️❤️❤️